Oliva District in Gdansk
The lovely and peaceful Oliva area in Gdansk is worth a visit if you have an extra day or at least half an day. It is located in a wooded…

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Grunwald
Grunwald is the site of a great battle, a bloody battle, the feat of arms of a army of many thousands, when a huge unified Polish-Lithuanian army (about 29 thousand…

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Poland - a journey beyond the beauty of Lesser Poland Voivodeship
In the coming weeks, we will discover the amazing natural and cultural attractions of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. Our starting point will be the city of Zakopane, which is also…

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Zhurav

The crane (that is, the “crane”) above Motlava, undoubtedly, “makes” a view of Gdansk from the river. His appearance is extremely characteristic and recognizable. Not a single photograph of the river panorama could do without his slightly strange profile, reminiscent of either a figure from Tetris that got up “on the ass”, or a birdhouse for a heron.

The crane was built in the Middle Ages just as a crane. Life in the old port of Gdansk then was in full swing, and the cargo turnover was serious. Continue reading

Kurnitsky castle
In Kurnik there is a castle that attracts many tourists. It was built in the 15th century, but received the present form of the English neo-Gothic style only in the…

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Auschwitz-Birkenau
Auschwitz-Birkenau is one of the most frequently visited Polish museums. Its main feature is reliability - here everything remained exactly as it was at the time of the functioning of…

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Poland, Warsaw - a forgotten city
The largest city in Poland and its capital - Warsaw - probably only a few will imagine how interesting to go. We were also skeptical at first, but the journey…

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Zhurav
The crane (that is, the "crane") above Motlava, undoubtedly, "makes" a view of Gdansk from the river. His appearance is extremely characteristic and recognizable. Not a single photograph of the…

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